C# 10.0 All-in-One for Dummies

  • 11h 47m
  • John Paul Mueller
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2022

Look sharp—learn or refresh your C# skills with the latest version

C# is one of the most popular programming languages, and frequent updates help it keep pace as the world of coding changes. You can keep pace too, thanks to C# 10.0 All-in-One For Dummies, where you'll learn the basics of the language itself, how to code in Visual Studio, and how to take advantage of the new features in the latest release. At every stage of your career, you'll need to know the cutting-edge trends and techniques that clients want. This book has your back, with info on object-oriented programming, writing secure code, building web applications, and more.

The six standalone mini-books you'll find inside this all-in-one will take you through the changes to C# and the practical applications and dev tools that you need to know. New features covered include records, init only setters, top-level statements, pattern matching enhancements, fit and finish features, and a lot more. Plus, this version is packed with more examples and code snippets, so you can sharply see C# in action!

  • Learn the very basics of C# programming, even if you have no prior experience
  • Refresh your knowledge of the language and learn how to use the new features in the 10.0 version release
  • Read six mini-books on hot coding topics like object-oriented programming, Visual Studio, and Windows 10 development
  • Enhance your employability and join the 6.5-million-strong community of C# developers

You need an easy-to-read C# guide that will help you understand the incoming updates, and this For Dummies reference is it.

About the Author

John Paul Mueller (La Valle, WI) is an author and technical editor with experience in application development, database management, machine learning, and deep learning. He has written hundreds of books and articles helping everyday people learn everything from networking to database management.

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Creating Your First C# Console Application
  • Living with Variability — Declaring Value-Type Variables
  • Pulling Strings
  • Smooth Operators
  • Getting into the Program Flow
  • Lining up Your Ducks with Collections
  • Stepping Through Collections
  • Buying Generic
  • Some Exceptional Exceptions
  • Creating Lists of Items with Enumerations
  • Showing Some Class
  • We Have Our Methods
  • Let Me Say This about This
  • Holding a Class Responsible
  • Inheritance—Is That all I Get?
  • Poly-What-Ism?
  • Interfacing with the Interface
  • Delegating Those Important Events
  • Can I Use Your Namespace in the Library?
  • Improving Productivity with Named and Optional Parameters
  • Interacting with Structures
  • Writing Secure Code
  • Accessing Data
  • Fishing the File Stream
  • Accessing the Internet
  • Creating Images
  • Programming Dynamically!
  • Getting Started with Visual Studio
  • Using the Interface
  • Customizing Visual Studio
  • Introducing WPF
  • Understanding the Basics of WPF
  • Data Binding in WPF
  • Practical WPF
  • Programming for Windows 10 and above
  • Creating a Basic ASP.NET Core App
  • Employing the Razor Markup Language
  • Generating and Consuming Data